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'Empire' actress Taraji P. Henson inspires Syracuse students with rags to riches story
During 'A Night with Taraji,' the actress talks her rise to fame, her upcoming 'Saturday Night Live' gig, and offers many words of wisdom.
Christmas in April for Syracuse concertgoers
Rapper Michael Christmas and electronic music producer Sweater Beats' concert at Skybarn on South Campus features Christmas' eccentric hip-hop stylings and Sweater's tripped out brand of EDM.
Roux dining combines love of food with artistry
Roux is a pop-up dining experience that focuses on sensory and design elements, and was created by two industrial design majors with shared interests.
Campus groups rally to raise awareness for sexual violence at Take Back the Night event
Syracuse participated in the national campaign Tuesday night, which was co-hosted by 73 different campus groups.
Whistleblowers detail experiences at Newhouse panel Wednesday night
The Government Accountability Project brought the American Whistleblower Tour to Syracuse with a panel of three whisteblowers.
Chris McCullough to declare for NBA Draft
This is the second-consecutive season an SU freshman has been one-and-done.
Born and bred in Syracuse, Mark Muhammad hopes to make impact as school board member
Muhammad is familiar with the conditions of public schools and has close ties to the greater Syracuse community.
SOBS or So BS?
How Syracuse's popular black squirrels inspired us to create a fictitious student organization. Oh, yeah. And April Fool's played a part, too.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter talks veterans, Iran at speech Tuesday
The secretary of defense spoke at Dineen Hall, crediting the university's "pathbreaking" work in aiding veterans.
Syracuse Lava Project pours over 500 pounds of lava in fifth year
SU's art and earth sciences departments came together for the event that drains lava from a furnace into water.
SU ceases direct investment in fossil fuels
The announcement came after months of student groups calling for the university to divest.
Save Our Black Squirrels group scurrying to rescue rare breed
Declining numbers of black squirrels in the Central New York region have inspired one student group to take action in order to stop the extinction.
Rapper 50 Cent with G-Unit headlines 2015 Block Party lineup
Kygo will co-headline the annual campus concert event.
Spring into your summer body
The tips and tricks that will work to help you spring into a summer body and get in good enough shape to handle whatever happens at Mayfest.
Trice as nice: Senior leads Michigan State to Final Four
The Michigan State senior scored 17 points to continue what his head coach called a "most improbable" tournament run to the Final Four.
Black Reign re-mixes West Side Story
Black Reign Step Team performs Reign Side Story, which is their version of the musical West Side Story, in front of an enthralled crowd on Thursday.
East Regional: Trice's clutch shooting leads Michigan State past Oklahoma
The senior nailed four clutch foul shots as the Spartans fought off an athletic Sooner team.
East Regional Friday notebook: Barber hampered by illness
The N.C. State sharpshooter dealt with an ailing stomach, while Michigan State squeezed in a few laughs before the big game.
East Regional: Gill's surprising spurt powers Louisville to Elite Eight
After not scoring for nearly a month, the sophomore helped the Cardinals pull away in the second half.
East Regional notebook: An apology for Obama
One N.C. State player reached out to the president, while coaches reflected on their own friendships and relationship with Jim Boeheim.
Broadcaster Verne Lundquist talks March Madness, Syracuse sanctions
Lundquist has been calling NCAA Tournament games for more than 30 years.
Academy Award winning actor Forest Whitaker inspires Syracuse community
In his "The New American Opportunity" talk at SU, Forest Whitaker discusses his humble beginnings, the transformation of the economy and the importance of community building.
NCAA East Regional open practice: What you need to know
Fans of all ages will be able to see each of the four teams competing at the Carrier Dome during Thursday's fan-friendly event.
National Geographic photographer speaks on power of photography, representation in media
Annie Griffiths' speech Tuesday night concluded this year's University Lecture Series.
Computer science sophomores start website to help SU students schedule classes
Three SU students developed a website that lets students enter criteria for what they are looking for in a schedule.
Women's lacrosse: Treanor shut out in loss to Northwestern
The duo of Mupo and Lasota carries Wildcats to non-conference victory.
Women's basketball: Orange's season ends with loss to South Carolina
SU struggled from the field and could not overcome a balanced attack from the top-seeded Gamecocks.
Men's lacrosse: Syracuse scorches Myles Jones, Duke defense in win
Three Orange players netted hat tricks in a romp over the two-time defending national champions.
Grey's Anatomy's Jesse Williams discusses his path from acting to activism
Actor, activist and educator Jesse Williams proves there's 'more than meets the eye' during his discussion at Syracuse University.
"Piano Man" Billy Joel takes over Carrier Dome for seventh time
Billy Joel performed many of his hits at Syracuse University in front of several generations of concertgoers.
WNBA president discusses gender equality in sports at university lecture
Laurel Richie tackled issues facing women and LGBT athletes in the sporting community at the second university lecture of the semester.
Jim Boeheim will appeal NCAA sanctions, confirms plan to retire in three years
The SU head coach emphasized the cleanliness of his team and expressed displeasure with the NCAA's rulings two weeks ago.
Pianist and singer Billy Joel to perform seventh concert at Carrier Dome for different generations of concertgoers
The "Piano Man" will perform his seventh concert at Syracuse's Carrier Dome Friday, March 20 at 8:00 p.m.
Artist Isaiah Rashad and rapper Pell bring an unconventional style of music to Syracuse University
From the South to Syracuse, the artists fused electronic dance music with southern style rap for an unforgettable ending to University Union's final Bandersnatch concert of the year.
Meditation is the new black
Universities across the country are bringing contemplative studies to the classroom to provide alternative learning methods to de-stress, improve focus and decrease distractions.
Daryl Gross stepping down as Syracuse director of athletics, Jim Boeheim to retire in three years
After more than 10 years at the helm, Gross will transition to a new role at SU.
Monetizing music in the realm of YouTube and Spotify
Music artists will adapt to the plummet of royalties due to streaming. One artist's development agency Made at SU in Syracuse gives a jump start to new musicians.
Syracuse celebrates hometown musical heroes
The Syracuse Area Music Awards brought back many local legends to the Salt City and celebrated the musical roots of Central New York over two days of festivities.
Learning the spirit of radio
The failure to complete a music critique exercise, and the realization that it's OK.
Questions remain after death of SU senior track runner
The New York City medical examiner will conduct further tests to determine Sabrina Cammock's cause of death as the autopsy came back inconclusive.
Women's ice hockey: Orange falls in double OT, misses out on tournament berth
The longest game in program history ends in heartbreak.
Men's basketball: Season concludes with loss to N.C. State
Double-doubles by Christmas and Roberson not enough as Wolfpack pulls away in the second half.
Men's lacrosse: Explosive fourth quarter propels Orange past St. John's
A late 7-0 run helps SU cruise to its fifth-straight victory.
Women's ice hockey: Syracuse beats Penn State, sits one victory away from NCAA Tournament
Jim Boeheim responds to NCAA sanctions
NCAA announces penalties resulting from investigation into Syracuse athletic program
Head coach Jim Boeheim will be suspended for 9 ACC games, and the team will lose 12 scholarships over the next four years.
Men's basketball: Orange offense goes cold in loss to Virginia
Rakeem Christmas struggled in his final home game at SU against the top-ranked Cavalier defense.
Former Amazon chief scientist talks big data potential at semester's first University Lecture
Andreas Weigend spoke to issues about data and its effect on education, the workplace and health care.
On the road with Small Houses
Songwriter Jeremy Quentin has earned friends and supporters in cities like Rochester during his difficult months-long tours around the States.
Tech Garden expands, supports new and mature businesses in Central New York
New Tech Garden space provides resources, incubator space for growing technology businesses.
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